(ZSEIFS) South Africa 2015 Reading List

ZSEIFS Selected Readings (est. total page count: 250-350—depending on length of selected chapters)
Meredith, M. (2007). Diamonds, gold, and war: The British, the Boers, and the making of South Africa.
New York: PublicAffairs. *Provided by OIP
(This text is hard to come by so is not required for this seminar. It is, however, strongly recommended)
Giliomee, H., & Mbenga, B. New history of South Africa. NB Publishers.
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Atmore, E., van-Niekerk, L.J., & Ashley-Cooper, M. (2012). “Challenges facing the early childhood
development sector in South Africa.” South African Journal of Childhood Education (2) 1. 121
Bengis RG, Leighton FA, Fischer JR, Artois M, Mörner T, Tate CM. The role of wildlife in emerging and re
emerging zoonoses. Rev Sci Tech. 2004;23(2):497-511.
Bengis RG, Kock RA, Fischer J. Infectious animal diseases: the wildlife/livestock interface. Rev Sci Tech.
Ferreira, Sam, and Benson Okita-Ouma. (2012) "A proposed framework for short-, medium-and long
term responses by range States to curb poaching for African rhino horns." Pachyderm 51: 60-74.
Glin, C.D. “America gave me to you.” A life inspired: Peace Corps service. (96-102).
Gordon, J., (2014). 101 Kruger Tales: Extraordinary Stories from Ordinary Visitors to the Kruger National
Park. Leadwood Publishing.
Khoza, R. J. (2012). Attuned leadership: African humanism as compass. South Africa: Penguin Books
South Africa. APPENDIX 1: Ubuntu: African humanism.
Mager, A.K., (2010). Beer, Sociability, and Masculinity in South Africa. Indiana University Press. (1
McLean, M., & Walker, M. (2012). The possibilities for university-based public-good professional
education: a case study from South Africa based on the ‘capability approach.’ Studies in Higher
Education, 37(5), 585-601.
Meintjes, S. (1996). “The women’s struggle for equality during South Africa’s transition to democracy.”
Transformation 30, 47-64.
Morrison, T. & Conaway, W.A. (2006). “South Africa.” Kiss, Bow, or Shake Hands (448-456).
ZSEIFS Selected Readings (est. total page count: 250-350—depending on length of selected chapters)
Neilsen, J. N.,P. Degnbol, K. K. Viswanathan, M. Ahmed, M. Hara, and N. M. R. Abdullah. 2003. Fisheries
co-management – an institutional innovation? Lessons from South East Asia and Southern
Africa. Marine Policy 28:151-160.
Prinsloo, E. (2001). “Working towards inclusive education in South Africa.” South African Journal of
Education (21)4, 344-348.
Tolley, K., & Burger, M. (2007). Chameleons of South Africa. RandomHouse-Struik.
Woodward, S.C. (2007). “Nation building—one child at a time: Early childhood music education in South
Africa. Arts Education Policy Review (109) 2, 33-42.